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Coding isn’t just for computer whizzes, says Mitch Resnick of MIT Media Lab — it’s for everyone. In a fun, demo-filled talk Resnick outlines the benefits of teaching kids to code, so they can do more than just “read” new technologies — but also create them. (Filmed at TEDxBeaconStreet.)

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  2. Kenneth Caldwell says:

    show kids real coding, not this. this is nothing like real coding languages e.g. HTML, Python, Java, CSS, JavaScript, C, C++, C# or any other language. i'm having to use thukable at college and am learning python at the same time. I've also done javascript, html, CSS and i am currently teaching myself Java. scratch has nothing to compare them. if kids learn "Scratch" as a programming base to introduce them when presented with a text based language they'll have no real idea. i believe that scratch should be banned from all education as a programming language. it's an interesting way to learn problem solving but THIS IS NOT CODING

  3. John Kim says:

    Great TED talk! Dr. Resnick introduces the trend of more people coding and makes clear the principle of how it's more about technology being made easier to use and getting adopted greatly rather than children being very technologically savvy which makes it get adopted widely. Ironically, many software engineers & developers are coding and creating libraries which make it more and more obsolete by the day. But coding does have great educational value and some minimal level of such is becoming necessary as we move into an era where everything is largely digital.

  4. Gianluca Meardi says:

    Chapeau. I did involve my kids in some Coder Dojos, with Scratch, and… now planning to start one myself: that's awsome, in many ways.  Fluent in Technology, coding to learn, mind openness: admirable key messages.

  5. Tai Viinikka says:

    This talk is a good start on understanding why logical and precise thinking (one e.g. is coding) is valuable.  

    I love the concept of coding as similar to writing, while consuming digital media is like reading. Unfortunately as things now stand, people love their novels but can't scrawl their own names in crayon. If someone can write a grocery list we call them a 'coder', if they can put together a paragraph that explains something they are a 'software developer,' and no one has ever heard of standardized spelling, copyediting, punctuation, or multiple drafts. 🙂 All around us I see 1) situations where being able to create simple code would make something better, easier, safer, cheaper, or more fun and 2) situations where people are in effect creating code (e.g. a spreadsheet, or teaching a NEST thermostat your schedule), but without (without even being aware of) the benefit of all the tools, processes, and ideas that software people have invented in the last 60 years. These "helpers" make a difference, just as standardized spelling, editors, dictionaries, word processors, "Track Changes" and many other tools help us write in human languages. Without the tools, we're scratching on papyrus. 

    When people can't or choose not to code, this is what you get:

    You don't even see the examples all around you unless you learn about what's possible and start looking for opportunities to code and use a tool that helps. 

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